Sundays are for book reviews: Week Ending 03-26-2022

A slower week than normal. Having been infected with a non-covid crazy virus made the days and nights hard to concentrate on. As I started to feel better I began to get into a rhythm again and next week will clear the path to some serious movement.

The following items were read this week:

Quantum Physics and the Power of the Mind: Discover all the important features of Quantum Physics and the Law of Attraction, find out how it really works to change your life for the better – by Patterson, Nancy – *** — I continue down this path looking at the physical, metaphysical, and all the transient in between. This was an interesting read but focused far too much on how and not enough on linking the transport mechanisms in between. I would love to see Peterson blend as skillfully as Thea Alexander did in 2150AD even though they are talking function vs science. A nice addition, but I am still looking for that one person who has seen more than just a sliver of commonality.

Out of the Maze: An A-Mazing Way to Get Unstuck – by Johnson, Spencer – ***** — This follow up to the original was impressive to me. I know, I know, I have read a lot of these and if you like books that help you see the world a little differently, these are the ones you should read. In this though we find that maybe there is something a little more uplifting than just being fed cheese all the time?

Pistils – by Kate McNeil – ***** — Where Kate’s first book seemed a little light this takes it to the next level and spreads a great deal of positives as it travels along our imaginations. I enjoyed the characters and the rather all too true situations that wandered through the book while enjoying several secondary stories. A nice repast when you need to re-hone your mind from the fog of a fever.